What is the structure of an unknown compound with molecular formula C6H15N that gives the...

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What is the structure of an unknown compound with molecular formula C{eq}_{6} {/eq}H{eq}_{15} {/eq}N that gives the following {eq}^{1} {/eq}H NMR absorptions: 0.9 (singlet, 1H), 1.10 (triplet, 3H), 1.15 (singlet, 9H), and 2.6 (quartet, 2H) ppm? Draw the structure

Proton-NMR

The chemically different hydrogens in a chemical compound is recognized by H-NMR data. Also, the NMR data can be used to elucidate an appropriate structure of the molecule.

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Given Data:

  • There is a singlet for 1 H at 0.9.
  • There is a triplet for 3 H at 1.10.
  • There is a singlet for 9 H at 1.15.
  • There is a quartet for 2 H at...

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